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    Pics from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show

    Sorry about the quality I just started snapping photos as I walked through..

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    Yeah! Paul @ Rocklobster got second place with the first bike photo in this group..
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    enjoy them all, Brad
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    thanks brad, nice pics!!

    just curious....are all the pics of singlespeeds for a reason, or was the show primarily rigid SS bikes?
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    Nice pics!

    Did you happen to go by the DeSalvo booth? My bike might've been there, if it's done... (baby blue singlespeed with white panels)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferday
    thanks brad, nice pics!!

    just curious....are all the pics of singlespeeds for a reason, or was the show primarily rigid SS bikes?

    Brad is keeping it Singlespeed specific.

    Here are some others, a friend is there now....






































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    Am I seeing the wolfhound correctly? Eccentric rear hub? Very cool

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    That wolfhound is wicked cool with those eccentric rear dropouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aka brad
    Sorry about the quality I just started snapping photos as I walked through..

    1G1G, Brad

    who makes the first bike in the pictures series? the red/black with the curved seat tube and the strut fork? looks like a don mclung, but i can't read the downtube. i love that bike!
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    Thanx for the pics man, I wish I was there!

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    Just staying with the SS forum theme.

    Quote Originally Posted by ferday
    thanks brad, nice pics!!

    just curious....are all the pics of singlespeeds for a reason, or was the show primarily rigid SS bikes?
    As BikeMojo said... Interestingly enough if one had to choose a theme for the show I think I saw more track bikes; I especially liked the one with polished lugs (not shown).

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    Not sure what the point of the diorama'd bikes is, but appreciating most of these pics!
    wau @ the spiderweb frame bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcd
    who makes the first bike in the pictures series? the red/black with the curved seat tube and the strut fork? looks like a don mclung, but i can't read the downtube. i love that bike!
    That would be a Pereira your looking at.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRider
    That would be a Pereira your looking at.

    That is a retro disc orgasmatron! Bike lust....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRider
    That would be a Pereira your looking at.

    Damn that Tony he found a way to make the paragon sliders look good. Might need to give him a call when all get back from the show.

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    So many ENO cranks, it speaks volumes of a component that is fairly inexpensive to be spec'd on so many hi zoot frames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRider
    That would be a Pereira your looking at.


    1 kidney up for sale. slightly used by a little old lady on weekends only....don't miss me, i'll be at the periera website....
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    mmmmm.....

    vanilla!

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by SnowMongoose
    Not sure what the point of the diorama'd bikes is, but appreciating most of these pics!
    wau @ the spiderweb frame bike!
    I loved Sacha, and Jason's booths!! Both those guys do great work!!

    If you're referring to the Vanilla and Grove (El Camino Fab) booths, personally, from what I've seen, I think they freaking rocked!! Waaayyy more personal touch and imagination went into that. (Basically, a twist on a bikeshow booth, and well thought out!!) I wish I'd been able to go this year, for those reasons alone!!
    (*The rest of you builders that know me, no disrespect, nothing but love still for you!! Carl, sorry I didn't make it, my bad...)




    Quote Originally Posted by CAmtber
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    vanilla!



    *Actually, it's mmmmm.....vanilla!

    and for my second thought, mmmmm.....El Camino Fab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRider
    That would be a Pereira your looking at.

    That thing is HOT...Nice!!
    Black Sheep...where it'ss at!!
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    Did you guys see the leather spare spoke case on the chainstay? Nice touch!

    From the Vanilla website:
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    It's a beautiful thing to see the company, Vanilla, have so much passion and commitment to presentation. That deserves credit (though certainly, Vanilla, has received their fair share).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nat
    Did you guys see the leather spare spoke case on the chainstay? Nice touch!

    From the Vanilla website:
    Spoke case? Looks like a CS protector to me, but maybe I didn't get the joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AteMrYeats
    Spoke case? Looks like a CS protector to me, but maybe I didn't get the joke.
    No joke. Maybe it's both? See the spare spokes sticking out of there? I didn't think about the stay protector function of it.

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